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>> reach all the way down to the floor, without moving your feet. >> living with parkinson's disease-- a story frontline correspondent dave iverson and his family know firsthand. >> i hadn't thought that it would happen, but it has happened. >> parkinson's affects a milln americans. >> i have a mindset that i am going to... not let this blankety parkinson's get me down. >> and it's been front and center in the debate over embryonic stem cell science. >> this bill would support the taking of innocent human life, so i vetoed it. >> you know, when you're talking about the potential to heal and cure so many and it not going forward, it pissed me off and i wanted to do something. >> michael j. fox. >> now the politics have changed, but the quest for a cure continues. >> how close are we? we're a lot closer than we were ten years ago. a lot closer. >> tonight ofrontline, correspondent dave iverson tracks the pursuit of parkinson's and his own family journey. >> frontline is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. and by the cor
blankety parkinson's get me down. >> and it's been front and center in the debate over embryonic stem cell science. >> this bill would support the taking of innocent human life, so i vetoed it. >> you know, when you're talking about the potential to heal and cure so many and it not going forward, it pissed me off and i wanted to do something. >> michael j. fox. >> now the politics have changed, but the quest for a cure continues. >> how close are we? we're a lot closer than we were ten years ago. a lot closer. >> tonight ofrontline, correspondent dave iverson tracks the pursuit of parkinson's and his own family journey. >> frontline is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major funding is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed building a more just, rdant and peaceful world. and by reva and david logan, committed to investigative journalism as the guardian of the public interest. additional funding is provided by the park foundation, dedicated to h
for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. they are making a prommse to parkinson's disease by hiking and raising money for a good cause. stacey mann from promise to parrinson's and dr. beeienson are joining us live this morning with more. - how does tte hiie raise funds?- how long is the hike? - how does this disease affect you personally? personally? to get involved in the fight against parkinson's log on to fox baltimore dot com slash morning. during our 8 o'clock hour... we took ou to "ripley's believe or not" museum... and asked you if you thought áthis guná... was the gun used to shoot president lincoln. many of you weet online to answerrthat question.we're revealing our inner next. you're watching fox 45 good day baltimore. ((break 4)) here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios -live look charlotte... where dnc wrapped up last night -president about to board air force one 3 3 3 3 mapfiberwilkens map viewi
with promises on parkinson's third annual hike the park. stacy, why did you form this organization? >> it started out of a desire to help my father who was diagnosed with parkinson's seven years ago and after attending a seminar put on by the university of maryland, i realized how much need there was to help people improve quality of life while science worked on a cure. >> this is to help fund some of that? >> absolutely, in helping people regain independence maybe with helping them with shower chairs, wheelchairs, that sort of thing, and contributing to research for a cure. >> this is close your heart and close to you. you've just revealed to us. >> i've -- about five years ago, i was diagnosed with early onset parkinson's disease and the reason i came out about it was around the supreme court hearing on the affordable care act was that i'm fine with parkinson's because i have insurance and that's why it's important for people with pre-existing conditions, there be health coverage for. >> that and to find it early enough for you. what was the sign? >> the signs and symptoms are ki
in beijing. he is 72 and has parkinson's disease. he is 60 and has lung cancer. the bonuses of an aging population. -- the illnesses of an aging population. he has bowel cancer. >> at night, suddenly you realize the guy in the next bed has died. there was one night where i was the only person alive here. i am used to it now. >> how to make china a caring nation, not just a richer one, will be one of the great challenges faced by china's next leaders soon to take charge. >> this is an issue causing great concern in china and around the world. i will be speaking to the chief executive of help age international. trade unions in india have been staging a day-long strike. the government says the reforms are is central to revise a slowing economy, but small shops appearfear they are going to bet of business. >> preventing their fury against supermarket giant. these protesters want to keep them out of india. it is a political backlash against the plan to bring in more investment. it has given the opposition to a platform. political parties from the left and the right united in protest. this is
and of course lives with parkinson's disease, received a kiss from his daughter laila as the crowd chanted his name when he briefly stood to accept the award. >>> i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> in thailand, one polo tournament features a slightly larger breed of competitor. former new zealand rugby players mounted elephants to take on the defending champs from thailand. the competition was started in 2001 to support elephant welfare in thailand. after the opening match elephants were rewarded with a fruit and vegetable buffet for a game well played. yum. >>> one dog in argentina may just be the world's most loyal dog. six years after his owner's death, capitan will not leave his side. he can be seen wandering around the cemetery or sleeping near his owner's tomb. the owner's widow says capitan has made daily visits to the cemetery ever since the funeral six years ago truly making him man's best friend. >>> one hotel in mexico will have you think you're sleeping on a construction site. that's because the rooms are
said he simply stood up for what he believed in. the 70-year-old retired champ is battling parkinson's disease. >>> here's surveillance video of a bad samaritan in sweden. a guy falls into subway tracks in stockholm. laying there unconscious and a guy jumps down not to help but to rob him. it gets worse. a few minutes later a train runs over this poor guy. he survived but his injuries were serious. his left foot had to be amputated. the mugger walks off like nothing happened. there he is. police are still looking for that guy. >>> you won't find these bundling burglars at the genius bar. police say they tried to rob an apple store last week ramming the security gate with their beemer and grabbed iphones and ipads. they escaped with a flat tire. went to a nearby 7/eleven and stole a can of fix a flat. police are looking for his accomplices. does anything surprise me any more these days? >>> coming up next your friday morning weather and in sports a little razzle dazzle as the packers take on the bears. packers take on the bears. >>> here's a look at the weather. in new york partly sun
, died last week from parkinsons disease. he was 85 years old, a jesuit, biblical scholar, sometimes mentioned as a future pope. he was known as a rare liberal voice in the catholic hierarchy. one of the cardal's many iendsas the scholar and writer harvey cox. he is the hollis research professor of divinity at harvard university. professor cox, welcome. >> thank you, glad to be here. >> as you remember your friend cardinal martini, what stands out? what were his outstanding characteristics for you? >> the first thing that comes to mind is the kind of graciousness, intelligence. he was a scholar before he was a bishop or an archbishop or a cardinal. enormous ciosity. his wiingnss and eagerness to listen all around to all kinds of different people and to learn. but mainly, i think just the word grace. it's customary to call bishops, i think, "your grace." sometimes it fits, sometimes it doesn't. but with martini, it certainly did. he was a gracious and open and personal man. >> and in a gentle way, you have said, i think in a gentle way pretty critical of the catholic church, he told a
is 72. he has parkinson's disease. this man has battled cancer. he is leading the prayers. >> at night, we realized the guy in the next bed has died. there was one night when i was the only person of life in here. i'm used to it now. -- there was one night when i was the only person alive in here. >> making this nation yonder, not just richer, will be one of the biggest challenges facing the new leadership. >> from the sadness of the end of life to the joy and surprise of the beginning i did. a team of doctors was flown to afghanistan after a british servicewoman unexpectedly gave birth to a baby boy. the gunner and her son are said to be doing well. the soldier only learned she was about to give birth after having stomach pains. >> in a place more used to dealing with death than new life, it was here at the field hospital that the baby was born. the soldier was close to the end of her six month tour. she is in the royal artillery and had been in the mechanized brigade. a few days ago she complained of stomach pains. it was only then that she learned she was pregnant. on tuesday, the b
-strauss dystonia and parkinson's foundation. >> jake's struggle and triumph have touched his friends deeply. anya was his teammate in a 5th-grade science competition. that's when jake's dystonia started to get really bad. >> he had to sit out, and, like, we would go out and do certain things. like, he just couldn't do them. he'd have to, like, sit aside and -- 'cause he was just in, like... >> too much pain. >> it was like right as it was starting to get bad. >> but no one -- no one really knew what it was. >> many of jake's classmates were supportive. they came to the hospital to cheer him on. they joined him on jake's ride to raise money. and anya composed a musical tribute. she calls it "mission possible." >> ♪ his life is a mission possible ♪ ♪ he made it in his world, he passed all his tests ♪ >> jake's mother had asked anya to write the song. even so, it was a big surprise. >> i was pretty, like, speechless. like, at first i was like, "wow, this is a pretty good song," and then i was like, "wow, it's for me." [ both chuckle ] >> anya's song was made into a music video and put on itu
but for his other work. ali is 70 and has parkinson's disease received a kiss from his daughter layla. >>> i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> it's finally here. it's friday, ladies and gentlemen. thanks for waking up with us. it's a cool start to our morning. boy, have we enjoyed this low humidity. >>> a different story overseas as protesters continuing to voice their anger over an anti-islamic film. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm angie goff in for eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" on this friday, september 14th. >>> the alexandria man who pleaded guilty to trying to blow up the u.s. capitol will be sentenced today. authorities arrested 29-year-old amin al khalifi in february. he got weapons from an undercover agent to try to detonate a bomb near the capitol. he thought he was dealing with al qaeda operatives. he faces between 25 and 30 years in prison. >>> today prince george's county police will canvass a neighborhood hoping to solve the murder of a 17-year-old honors student. police wi
not for his amazing fetes inside the ring but for his other work. ali is 70 and has parkinson's disease received a kiss from his daughter layla. >>> i'm mara schiavocampo and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning, everybody. it's a beautiful friday. we will change overnight. but this morning it's beautiful. 54 in taneytown and 57 in jarrettsville. the forecast for today, mostly sunny skies. clouds this afternoon and maybe overnight a slight chance for a rain shower. high of 83. we will check your seven-day forecast coming up. >> tony, we'll see you in a bit. here's a look at what's coming up on 11 news today. >> arrests made in connection with the deaths of four americans in libya as u.s. officials brace for the possibility of more protests today. >> and we have a very nice >> and we have a very nice morning commute so far. [ telephone rings ] how's the camping trip? well, the kids had fun, but i think i slept on a rock. ♪ the best part of wakin' up what are yo
with parkinson's disease. >>> it was an incredible night, i just told you how the ladies looked. it was 120 degrees as stars tried to keep their cool. yes, 120. heidi klum, here she is in a gorgeous seafoam number, plunging beads from just about every angle. >> and sofia vergara, what more is there to say? stunning in this revealing teal gown. >> teal, and it is revealing. but it was this christian dior creation that had everybody talking, julianne moore because of the unusual color and she managed to pull it off. yellow was the hot color there. >> for some of you your local news is next. >> for everybody else, we'll be back with arnold schwarzenegger total recall. what he reveals in a tell-all book. when it comes to toilet paper, there's no such thing as too soft. i know what i like. i like feeling both clean and pampered. why should i compromise? quilted northern ultra plush®, with the innerlux layer. for a comfortable, confident clean, or your money back. with tums freshers! concentrated relief that goes to work in seconds and freshens breath. ♪ tum...tum...tum...tum... tums! ♪ [ ma
parkinson's, that quiver is just a sign of normal aging or sometimes too much caffeine. >>> next up, the ultimate gift. being a surrogate mom. a tough thing to go through. it gets even more complicated when you're having your sister-in-law's baby. >> i didn't know that it would put a strain on the marriage or kids or that i would be sick for so long. i'm also a survivor of ovarian a writand uterine cancers. i even wrote a play about that. my symptoms were a pain in my abdomen and periods that were heavier and longer than usual for me. if you have symptoms that last two weeks or longer, be brave, go to the doctor. ovarian and uterine cancers are gynecologic cancers. symptoms are not the same for everyone. i got sick...and then i got better. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'. >>> for the past few months, we've been following the makings of what we're calling a
the liberty medal for his work on humanitarian causes. he established a research certainty for parkinson's disease. ally did not speak but stood with his family anyway to the crowd. that is your 5@5:00. time now for the first degree weather update. janice dean has it for us. cooling down maybe? >> yes. good news it's friday. we need good news today. don't we, ladies? a cold fronth that leaves cooler more refreshing temperatures and much needed moisture across the area. heyed of this front a little warm and sticky but it will get to you. the radar ahead of the front that is where we are eeing moisture from texas to the great lakes. in between dry air-conditions for most of us. this is trap col storm nadine. not going to effect the u.s. or bermuda but could effect them in the next couple days. still very active. the rest of the country looks good. if you are traveling today boston, dallas, los angeles looking pretty good. laud des? >> we will take it. >> janice dean thanks a lot. >>> 10 minutes to the top of the hour a strong warning the protests in the middle east are much more than air s
. >> guest: parkinson, a british historian, he wrote something about the british navy. after world war i, he had downsized the navy, however, the government agency in the navy, increased in size. and so he became involved with producing flawed. the amount of work they have to do, and has nothing to do with their size. let them expand, if they will. in the case of government, their main thing is their own interests, bureaucratic interest, the main thing is human nature to expand. this is not just government. any organization left alone will fall into this as to why they were created and become self interested in returning. the nice thing about the free markets is that if you have a company that does that, you cease to exist and you don't have the power of the government to keep you going. >> host: so if you are in congress and if you were the president, do you go to a zero-based budget? >> it is more than budgets. it is creating the environment where entrepreneurship temblors. one of the things we discuss in the book is degrading the value of the dollar. it is about coercion. suddenly, your g
accidents, sports injuries and also people with multiple sclerosis or parkinson's. around the corner in 2013 we should get the approval from fda for the next and bigger indication which is called ideo pathic bladder which means severe incontinence. that's a huge population relative to the first two. >> we did see a slow down in optics. >> that was a blip. ophthalmology sales year to date was 9.5% in constant currency which is close to our long-term trend of around about 10% growth year over year. >> i mentioned your stock as one of the great growth stocks. i certainly feel better after all the questions. thank you, david pyott. you will hardly ever see it off 52-week high. "mad money" is back after the break. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it.
be auto accidents, sports injuries and also people with multiple sclerosis or parkinson's. around the corner in 2013 we should get the approval from fda for the next and bigger indication which is called ideo pathic bladder which means severe incontinence. and of course, that's a huge population relative to the first two. >> one last thing. we did see one slow down. is that a permanent slowdown, or do you think that comes right back? >> that was a blip. really the biggest thing was inventory. if you look year to date, ophthalmology sales year to date was 9.5%, which is very close to our long-term trend of around about 10% growth year over year. >> i mentioned your stock as one of the great growth stocks. i certainly feel better after all the questions. thank you, david pyott. chairman, president and ceo of allergan. you will hardly ever see it off 52-week high. maybe this is your opportunity. "mad money" is back after the break. >>> was there any great news today that caused chipotle to rally more than 24 points? maybe there was better same store sales, new restaurant concept that
with parkinson's disease. dorothy, christine and phyllis maguire began singing as children at their mother's church in ohio. they got their big break on a radio talent show. ♪ sugar in the morning, sugar in the evening sugar at supper time ♪ >> osgood: with a string of hits in the 1950s and '60s including sincerely and sugar time, they were regulars on tv. here we are in "person to person" talking with thomas collingwood. >> i'm sister dottie, and i'm sister phyllis and i'm the one they call christine ♪ >> osgood: dorothy went on to marry an oil man, lowell williamson. in 1968 she stepped back from performing to raise their two sons. still, the trio occasionally reunited. in their long ka rear they performed for five presidents and queen elizabeth of britain. they last performed together in 2004. ♪ something's got to give >> reporter: christine and phyllis maguire are both retired and living in las vegas. dorothy maguire was 84 years old. now to bob scheiffer in washington for a look at what's ahead on face the nation. good morning, bob. >> schieffer: good morning, charles. we'll b
where he will play a dad with parkinson's. it was a great night for him. by the way, the broadcast networks, guys saying they're dead because cable dominated. hbo won with 23 wins, cbs was second with 16 emmys. >> we'll take that. people were saying about sofia vergara's dress, smoking hot. >> she was one of the many smoking hot ladies there. >> i think it was the color of the dress. thank you, kevin. kevin will have more from the emmys tonight on "the insider." check your local listings. >>> here is a dog with quite thq tale to tell. shorty was discovered wandering around the road in charlotte, north carolina. turns out shorty was separated from his family seven years ago during hurricane katrina. that was seven years ago. nobody has an idea how he survived or ended up in north carolina. he needs medical attention. his family hopes to get shorty back in just a few weeks. it will be interested to see if shorty remembers. i bet he does. >> when he sees the family, how will he react. >> and in north carolina he ended up. >> we all love dogs. >> exactly. >> where charlie is >>> police
mother. who has parkinson's. so i am trying to find a part- time job and save money and go to school. it is impossible to find a simple retail -- how long have you been actively looking? caller: about one year and a half. host: how many interviews have you been caller::i of had two -- host: how many interviews have you been on? caller: i have been on two interviews. i blame age discrimination. no one wants to hire a 50 year old. at target they want to hire young kids. i can do stocking and capturing just like young kids. i used to do it in a high school to pay for my education. and it was my choices, what i have done. but i cannot believe how hard it is to find a simple part-time job. host: we will have to leave it there. thank you for sharing your story. if you are just joining us, this goes in the light of information released from the job department yesterday. 8.1% unemployment. 96,000 jobs created for august. but for your personal story as far as your job prospects are concerned, if you are unemployed, we are interested in hearing from you over the next 20 minutes. the numbers on
to autoimmune, leads to parkinson's, all those diseases that are epidemic. and i bring fun friends on. larry king came on, which is really interesting to put him on the other side of the table after all those years. and david foster came on. i sang a little. >> gretchen: i love all your outfits birks the way. >> i figured, cutting edge health can be dry. why not mix it with the glamour that i feel i bring to it. >> steve: everybody -- it's so personal to everybody, because everybody wants to do the right thing. they want to eat the right stuff. but you don't really know how to do it. >> i'm the one out there saying, here is what's in your food. here is why it's worth it to spend your money on organic rather than eat food that has pesticide already in it. >> gretchen: so you say -- we teased before you came on that you plan to live until you're 110. how are you going to do it? >> i think with what i'm doing. i think that -- when people say aging, anti-aging, what i'm doing is keeping the inside of me young. so i go to a doctor to strengthen my weakest organ and glands, i replace my hormones,
the soccer ball. it's not as easy as it looks but may benefit those with orthopedic issues, parkinson's disease and stroke. it keeps you interested and competitive. >> they're always trying to beat their own score. that definitely is a plus and it is very motivating. >> the difficulty can be adjusted for anyone. >> for those folks that have severe deficit that maybe aren't able to stand or tolerate a lot of activity, they, too, can participate. >> and in case you're wondering, no, you can't cheat the system. >> it's pretty sensitive so if you don't have exact proper technique, it's not gonna give you credit. and, of course, it's not your average game console. the $20,000 system includes a camera, projector, green screen room that puts the patient in the middle of the scene. >>> if you're looking for a doctor approved justification for your chocolate fix, listen up. researchers in canada say eating some of the sweet stuff can make you smarter. scientists started out skeptical but found the flavinoids helped snails remember a simple activity in a lab experiment. it's unclear if chocolat
on "the good wife" and he has a new show in 2014 he'll play a dad with parkinsons. the broadcast network, they say they are dead because cable dominated. hbo led the way with 23 wins. cbs was second with 16 emmys. >> we'll take that. and sophia's dress was smoking hot? >> reporter: one of many smoking hot ladies there. >> i think it was the color of the dress. thank you, kevin. kevin will have more from the emmys tonight on "the insider." check your local listings. here's a dog with quite the tale to tell. shorty was discovered wandering along a road near charlotte, north carolina. turns out he was separated from his family after hurricane katrina. that was seven years ago. shorty is 15. he was identified by a microchip and his family still lives in louisiana. nobody has a clue how he survived or how he ended up in north carolina. he needs some medical attention but his family hopes to get shorty back in just a few weeks. it will be interesting to see if shorty remembers. i bet he does. >> when he sees the family how will he react. >> in north carolina. >> we all love dogs. >> exactly. >
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